Services - RTS Health Care

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RTS Health care provides qualified nurses and healthcare staff to Nursing Homes, Residential homes, NHS and private Hospitals, mental health and learning disability organisations on a temporary, contract and permanent basis.
We also provide a home care services that are holistic in nature and are centred on you, enabling you to live your life the way you want. Our home care service is second to none as we look at your needs and what you would like to achieve from our help, and then our sole purpose is work hand in hand with you to deliver the care that is tailor-made for you. It maybe that you need more support and the assurance that you have someone with you on a 24 hour / 7 days a week service, we offer live-in care packages.
Our Qualified Nurses hold a current Registered Qualification with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and hold Registered Qualifications in any / all of the following:
•RNA - (Registered Nurse Adult)
•RNLD - (Registered Nurse / Learning Disabilities)
•RNMH - (Registered Nurse Mental Health)
•RNC - (Registered Nurse Children)
The nurses we supply have experience of working in acute areas such as ITU, Accident and emergency, PICU and other general nursing areas. We are known for filling those vacancies that are hard to fill because of our continuous advertising campaigns. We have a large database of qualified nurses, HCAs, Doctors and RTS Health care professionals who are available for contract, ad hoc and permanent work and this database continues to grow on a daily basis.
Live-in Care services

The group is responsible for delivering major contracts for many large public sector organisations, as well as delivering care services to a large and growing number of self-funding clients. The services the group provides for private and public sector clients include:
♦ Companionship
♦ Personal care
♦ Respite/short term care
♦ Palliative care

Live-in Care assistance

Many people we support have high levels of dependency requiring co-ordination with our colleagues in health and social care.
♦ Washing & Dressing
♦ Help with going to the toilet/managing continence
♦ Assisting with the management of medication
♦ Preparing and cooking meals
♦ Laundry and hoovering, general tidying and cleaning
♦ Shopping going out/attending appointments
♦ Studying & mobility
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